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Right Near Da Beach

Just a few weeks ago, my wife and I got back from one of the most beautiful tropical places we’ve ever been. Growing up on the beaches of Florida, just the idea of sun, sand, and surf doesn’t immediately make me swoon, but the island of San Pedro, Belize did.

We left South Carolina early Tuesday morning and were on the beach by 1pm. A fairly short trip for feeling like you’re in the middle of nowhere. Our resort/cabana #1 was amazing, the people were very hospitable, and every bike ride or walk was a new adventure.

The Show Must Go On

When the sun is shining and your surrounded by some good friends nothing can be better.

Above is a little Sunday jam session with John King on guitar and yours truly on the drums.

Friday Class- Learning How to Give

For the last few months at Jackson-Dawson we have been having these informative class-like presentations about various marketing topics led by Steve Whigham. The idea behind them is to give all the employees a break from the hustle and bustle and let us unwind and get a new perspective on our field and professions.

Some of Steve’s past presentations include:

Home Sweet Home, Part 2

Ok, so we already covered the move and house hunt, but a girl can still dream, right? Aside from looking for your dream home, nothing is more fun than looking at homes you can only dream about.

The Prudential C. Dan Joyner website features some awesome Greenville, South Carolina real estate, including several multi-million dollar properties.

Home Sweet Home

After moving across the country last year, we set out on a mission to find a new house. We had lots of factors working against us: first time buyers in a new town on a strict time frame. Fortunately, we found a cool local real estate site that had more user-friendly and detailed features than your standard MLS.

The JournalHOMES website is a pretty handy little resource. In addition to your typical search tools, the site includes tons of tips and information:

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